3 Simple Steps To Avoiding Car Problems

Owning a vehicle comes with more responsibilities than getting gas so you can make it from point A to point B. In order to avoid costly repairs, there are a few things you can do regularly to keep your vehicle running smoothly. 

Get Regular Oil Changes

Whether you have a commuter vehicle that you drive every day back and forth to work or a recreational vehicle that you only use seasonally, getting regular oil changes is vital to the health of your vehicle. Without oil, all the metal parts in your vehicle’s engine will rub together causing damage and your engine to seize. Regular oil changes can also improve your gas mileage which means less money on gas.

Check The Battery Life Often

Getting stranded in the grocery store parking lot isn’t the worst thing that can happen from an old dying battery. These days, vehicles come with a lot …

4 Common Problems With Pickup Trucks

Owning a pickup truck is a very convenient option for both work and home. For hauling furniture, supplies and tools they’re pretty much unbeatable. However, pickup trucks aren’t without their problems. If you’re determined to own a truck, here are four of the most common problems you might run into.

Stability Issues

If you’ve never driven a pickup truck, you might be surprised when it comes to the lack of stability. Driving a truck is nothing like a car and if you lose control at a high speed, you can flip it very easily. Likewise, in snowy weather you’ll need to add weight to the bed, otherwise you’ll fishtail uncontrollably when you hit ice or snow.

Suspension Problems

Trucks that are used for work are often beaten up and eventually develop suspension problems. If you notice your truck sits low on one side and every bump you hit feels like …